maybe you should test it on another partition or something, i find it pretty good ( fast and stable ), and they fixed a lot of bugs since the RC, maybe you can get a MSDN version of the final RTM release or somethingMobidoy said:You think i should switck to W7 RC and which suite to switch to ??? I am really too much behind lol
it's rather compatibility mode Windows XP, and do run witcher.exe directly and not the launcherkjhngisd said:I'm running Windows7. Hardware: Pentium Quad, 6GB ram, ATI 4650 graphics card. When I run Witcher, the launcher comes up. But when I choose to start a new game it tells me that I need to be administrator. When I run as adminitsrator.. it tells me I need to be adminsitrator. I've tried running in compatability mode to VistaSP2, but get the same thing.
do remember that the EAX settings are not applied on the flyyou need to enable or disable it, accept, quit game, restart game to actually applykjhngisd said:I've been trying to get EAX to work in The Witcher Enhanced Edition with little success. I enabled The Witcher in the Creative Alchemy panel. The default settings cause awful reverb so I took the advice from a forum post and turned the duration down - anything lower than 15 seems to work. However the sound quality is awful. It is louder with EAX enabled but the voices in particular are harsh and distorted. I've tried adjusting the buffer between 2 and 10 with no success. I'm using a Creative X-Fi Soundblaster Xtreme Gamer sound card with X-Fi CMSS-3D (surround sound) and X-Fi Crystalliser enabled.
the latest ATI drivers are 9.9 BTWread: Getting tech help on the forum and attach that PCWizard report as instructed ( use the older version of PCWizard if you have problems with the newer one )do attach the file ERRLOG.TXT from The Witcher/System folder ( if the game crashed )kjhngisd said:I've got steam version of the The Witcher: Enhanced Edition Director's Cut running under the Windows 7 RC (x64). Game crashes in the some certain places and moments. Currently I've found out 2 such places in the I act (and they make further walkthough impossible). The first place is in the beginning of the act I near the inn (game crashes when you're trying approached inn's door). The second one is when you're trying to talk with herbalist near this inn.
read: Getting tech help on the forum and attach that PCWizard report as instructed ( use the older version of PCWizard if you have problems with the newer one )do attach the file ERRLOG.TXT from The Witcher/System folder ( if the game crashed )kjhngisd said:XP mode doesn't work either -- it just crashes hard.
Good Lord, be sure to come back, you don't want to miss any of this out. Hope the problem is solved through updates soon... that's how my friend's was... he just kept updating Windows 7 and finally the game started up without a glitch. eace:kjhngisd said:really, it's not a big deal. I'm not up for spending more time getting the thing working that I spend playing it. Windows7 is pretty compatible with Vista, and this is the first thing I've found that doesn't work, now that the final release is available. But that's how it goes. thanks for your help. I was hoping for an easy fix, but if not, I'll just go back to Oblivion for a while.
We have one -- count them, one -- tech volunteer, who's terribly overworked, helping people to get their games up and running. He's just a fan, like the rest of us, and has no way of knowing what equipment CDPR used while they were developing the game. If you want to know what equipment CDPR used, I suggest you write to CDPR. They're probably all busy making The Witcher 2, but at least you'd be asking the right person.bane0 said:Wow none of the mods know the answer to my statement earlier.
this game uses only one core, the faster the core the betterwhat Phenom II X2 ? those are not way better than the old Athlon X2s anyway: http://www.anandtech.com/bench/default.aspx?p=32&p2=97bane0 said:Wow none of the mods know the answer to my statement earlier. This is bs. There's no difference in performance of a phenom II and a amd athlon 64x2. There has to be a driver issue. Unless CPUs haven't come that far at all.
Are you sure it wasn't just moved? Look here: http://www.thewitcher.com/forum/index.php?topic=21633.msg5341692#msg5341692bane0 said:What in the fludgell? Comment removed!? What did the developers use to make this game? What hardware setup. I want the spec list of that machine. What fps were they getting when they run it? Delete my comment again. !